Complex programmes and projects must be of interagency sort — it’s a necessary and obligatory conditions for their implementation — Grigory Trubnikov, First Deputy Minister of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Success in meeting challenges is associated with close collaboration of the state, business and academic community — Mikhail Pogosyan, Rector, Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University); Chairman, Commission on Education and Science, Public Chamber of the Russian Federation.
Absolutely key is to work in co-operation. We need to work together and share data openly, all kinds of data — Taina Pihlajaniemi, Vice Rector for Research, University of Oulu.
We need to solve a range of scientific and technical, social and cultural, and economic problems. They all are interrelated and must be considered as a whole — Raif Vasilov, Deputy Head of the NBICS Nature-like Technologies Complex, National Research Centre ‘Kurchatov Institute’.
We need to develop rescue equipment, constantly monitor the environment, provide communications and navigation in the Arctic, ensure safe and comfortable labour conditions for those who work in the Arctic. We think that complex solution to problems is key to success for work in the Russian Arctic — Alexander Pashali, Director of the Department of Scientific and Technical Development and Innovations, Rosneft.